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 Course Overview 

Whether you have questions on Judaism that interfere with you having a meaningful relationship with your tradition and / or faith, or if you would you like to explore meaningful discussion and a new prospective on some Judaism most important questions, this course is perfect fit.

 

Drawing upon 3,000 years of Jewish knowledge, as well as a storehouse of literary, psychological, and theological insights, the course examines the fears and doubts that challenge us.

 

The course tackles important questions:

 

*How do we reconcile compelling evidence for evolution and the age of universe with a bible that tells a different story?
*Why do I need G-d and religion if I can live perfectly well without Him?
*Does G-d really care about the nuances of Jewish practice?
*The concept of “Jewish Chosenness” seems racist, and Judaism seems to impose gender roles and interfere with our relationship choices?
*How can we relate to a loving and caring G-d while experiencing tragedy and suffering?
*Is it even possible to develop a relationship with a G-d I cannot see?

But perhaps more important, it helps us find our own rhythm within which to walk that path.

In Wrestling with Faith, we acknowledge the often unspoken doubts and questions that all people share—as we share their invitation for us to dig deeper for the answers.

 New! 2 locations & Dates  

 Option #1 - Back Bay Evening 
Six Tuesdays, starting Tuesday, October 23rd

7:30-9:00 p.m.

LOCATION: 

Chabad of Downtown Boston
16 Piedmont St

Boston, MA 02116

 FEE: 

$100 (Textbook included)

Join our first class free (with no obligation to continue)

 Option #2 - Downtown Lunchtime 
Six Wednesday's starting October 24rd

12:00-1:00 p.m.

LOCATION: 

DLA Boston Offices
100 Franklin St.

Boston, MA 02116

 FEE: 

$100 (Textbook included)

Join our first class free (with no obligation to continue)